Summerfield Winery and Accommodation

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Summerfield Winery and Accommodation comprises six beautifully styled, spacious studio apartments, adjacent to the cellar door and overlooking the manicured gardens.

All accommodation can cater for up to four guests. Continental breakfast provisions are provided in each apartment and included in the room rate. All apartments have a private deck area with outdoor settings and barbecues to enable you to relax and enjoy the peaceful setting. There is also a Keg Wood-fire pit per apartment with wood available at the cellar door.

The Cellar Door is conveniently located next to the studio apartments offering bold and interesting award-winning wines, and in-house baked pies/pasties, cakes and slices. The Restaurant offers delicious mouth-watering wood-fired pizzas, platters, salads and more.

Summerfield Winery and Accommodation is the ideal place to base yourself while you explore the Pyrenees Wine Region. The Pyrenees region is a place of wild and wonderful landscapes, down-to-earth locals, amazing food and wine, and a history rooted deep in the gold rush.

Content: Summerfield Wines

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5967 Stawell-Avoca Road, Moonambel VIC 3478

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$155 - $280

All accommodation is non-smoking.
Price is per couple and includes complimentary Continental Breakfast.
Extra person 12 years+ $40 /night.
Child/ren 1-12 years $15 per child/night.
Child under 1 year free if using cot.
Pets – please enquire


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Accessibility Information

  • Disabled access available, contact operator for details.

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